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All Star Memorials has worked with most of the Cemeteries in the Greater Philadelphia area. We are familiar with the processes and practices as required by each of these facilities.

The Importance of Cemetery Rules in Choosing a Memorial

Cemeteries follow rules of ownership for determining who gets to be buried, place a memorial or who is allowed to authorize an inscription.

Usually when a family chooses a cemetery their choice is heavily influenced by 3 major factors.

1) Where parents or other family members are buried.

2) Convenience and beauty of the cemetery location.

3) Religious, non-sectarian or military status.

It is easy to see that cemetery rules are important, because people rely on them for their cemetery choices.

Your cemetery probably has rules about what can or cannot be on a memorial and what material, usually granite or bronze, the memorial may be made from. Other restrictions may have to do with shape, color, size and height. Still other rules may define where and how many names can be on the memorial, what religious symbols are or are not allowed. Some cemeteries may forbid porcelain photos, etchings, and other memorabilia. Some of these rules may differ from section to section within a cemetery.

Also there are cemetery forms and cemetery fees that you must be aware of.

The memorial you choose and pay for may be refused at the cemetery gate if all cemetery rules are not followed in accordance with cemetery policy.

WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR FOLLOWING THE RULES?

Ultimately the authorized owner is responsible for following all of the cemetery rules, regulations and specifications.

All Star Memorials has many years of experience from the perspective of the survivors of a loss and from the cemetery perspective as well.

Our mission is to provide the service you need at the price you want. This includes:

1) Maintaining a file of rules from cemeteries.

2) Helping you to follow the rules as you make your choices.

3) Obtaining and delivering the cemetery forms and permits.

4) Following cemetery rules for foundations, delivery and setting of your memorial.

We do this locally and at a distance. Everyone in our firm knows how important cemetery rules are to you and to the fulfillment of our mission. That is the reason for our asking so o o o many questions. And that is the reason that our work is 100% guaranteed!

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"Serving All Faiths,
All Communities"

In Pennsylvania:

Philadelphia, Bucks, Chester, Delaware
and Montgomery Counties.


In New Jersey:
Burlington, Camden, Gloucester and
Mercer Counties.

All Star Memorials
209 Bustleton pike
Feasterville, PA 19053
215-322-3250

We Work With The Following Cemeteries & Many Others:
(If you don’t see your cemetary listed, contact us. We work many others not listed.)

Philadelphia
Cathedral
Cedar Hill
Chelten Hills
Fernwood
Forrest Hills
Greenmount
Greenwood
Holy Redeemer
Holy Sepulchre
Ivy Hill
Laurel Hill
Magnolia
Mount Vernon
New Cathedral
Oakland
River's Edge Memorial
William Penn
Woodlands
Bucks County
Bristol Cemetery
Churchville
Doylestown
Hatboro
King David
Newtown
Neshaminy-Warwick
Our Lady of Chzestochowa
Our Lady of Grace
Resurrection
Roosevelt Memorial Park
Rosedale Memorial Park
Shalom Memorial Park
Sunset Memorial Park
Union
Washington Crossing
Mount Vernon
New Cathedral
Delaware County
Fernwood
Holy Cross
Saint Denis
SS Peter & Paul
West Chester
St. Agnes
The Oaklands Cemetery
Montgomery County
Calvary
Hillside
Valley Forge Gardens
West Laurel Hill
Westminster
Whitemarsh Memorial Park

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